If you own a well-developed business but still stumbled upon this page, most probably, you will find one of the cases relevant.
A well-established business is losing sales to runners-up. You should:
- Review the marketing strategy to make sure it is still efficient.
- Decompose the sales funnels of competitors to learn what makes them successful.
- Implement changes to the business model even though everything used to work in the past.
A well-established business is plateauing while you expect it to grow. You should:
- Analyze the efficiency of lead generation channels.
- Check if you're doing everything to convert the leads into the paying customers.
- Ensure the efficiency of operations. Maybe you could free some funds for marketing.
- Consider planning an expansion. Maybe you reached the ceiling of the current business setup, and it is time to pitch for investments and scale-up.
A well-established business demonstrates excellent performance. You want to maintain results while spending less time working. You should:
- Hire our co-founders as Fractional CMO.